Galatians 1, Day 2

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Galatians 1:6-9

Paul isn’t asking for allegiance to him. He’s asking for allegiance to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Paul confronts the Galatians with a strong rebuke, reminding them it is God who calls.


Through God’s gracious action, we are called into a covenant relationship. What is God calling you to do, be, and/or become as you reflect the gospel of Jesus Christ?


Follow Jesus

God’s grace was present before you knew it, met you as you were, and continues to invite you to become the person God intends you to be. Who needs to hear this message today?


Holy God, you have called me into a relationship with you. You have empowered me in my baptism. You are still acting on my behalf today. Help me to be faithful to the call of following you. Amen.


In the evening, reflect on the following: Who needs to hear the message of God’s grace? Did you or will you share it? Use a notebook to record your responses. Share your celebrations in the comments below.

Who needs to hear a message of God's grace? Transforming Mission


Extra Thoughts

You’re on Day 2!

We are grateful for your desire to deepen your relationship with Christ. Know we are holding you in prayer as you begin. If you haven’t taken a moment to review the “Overview of Following Jesus Every Day: Galatians,” please do so. You’ll find a few tips that will help you start this journey.

2 replies
  1. Roger Morr
    Roger Morr says:

    As I was reading the April 22 reflection from Oswald Chambers book MY UTMOST FOR HIS HIGHEST one sentence spoke to me, “A Christian servant is one who perpetually looks into the face of God and then goes forth to talk to others. Several years ago I was tired of “have a nice day.” It seemed to me that it was overused and very shallow as we tended to say it without meaning. So, I started to tell people to have a blessed day, week or what ever season we were in. I can’t tell you how it brought a smile to their face and seemed to pick their spirit up too. Have a blessed day – God love you!


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